About RAMP

Get to know more about the RAMP - Rutland Regional Asset Mapping Project as well as the variety of local attractions, events and the amazing sights that line the region.
About Rutland RAMP
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What is RAMP?

Rutland Regional Asset Mapping Project

RAMP, or the Rutland Regional Asset Mapping Project, was launched by the Rutland Regional Planning Commission to connect residents and visitors of Rutland County to the bountiful attractions and activities that the area has to offer.
For example, did you know that the town of Brandon is considered a study of early American architecture and Vermont history? Most of the town center is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Brandon Village Historic District. You may also have yet to discover the extensive network of hiking and biking trails that line the lush state forests that create Rutland County’s rugged backyard.
RAMP was designed with these attractions in mind—this project is a growing effort to shine a spotlight on the amazing features the region has in store. In addition, RAMP aims to connect the many unique communities throughout Rutland County to allow residents to embrace the full array of resources and attractions at their fingertips while also boosting accessibility for tourists in the area.
If you have any more questions about this growing project, don’t be hestitate to contact us today.
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What is there to do in Rutland?

Rutland County truly has something for everyone to enjoy

With an abundance of natural beauty and distinctive cultural character within 27 different towns, Rutland County truly has something for everyone to enjoy. In every season, there are outdoor adventures awaiting at regional hiking trails, ski mountains, and waterways. You’ll also find a variety of arts and culture at various galleries, concerts, festivals, and craft fairs.
Fuel your adventures in local eateries, ranging from family-run bakeries to casual diners to multi-course fine dining venues. Many regional restaurants take advantage of locally sourced, seasonal ingredients from nearby farmers markets, including a year-round market in Rutland City. To cap off your journey of the County, sip on your favorite libations at one of the area’s wineries or breweries and tap houses.
What is there to do in Rutland?
Explore upcoming events in Rutland County

Explore upcoming events in Rutland County

Along with unique attractions, there are plenty of special annual and ongoing events happening throughout Rutland County. And there’s almost always an event to look forward. Take a look at our calendar of events to plan accordingly.
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Funding for this project made possible through an award from the Municipal Grant Program, administered by the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development.